From 1939 through World War II Franklin Roosevelt dealt with Great Britain’s two most powerful men: King George VI and Winston Churchill. A June, 1939 trip to the United States by England’s King and Queen was more than a mere social visit it was an important political maneuver. Learn how a simple hot dog played a role in world diplomacy. Prime Minister Churchill was a bulldog tugging at FDR’s leg trying to drag our country into the war. Once we were at war the Churchill-Roosevelt partnership was close and sometimes continuous. Learn about their relationship. Q & A will follow the presentation.
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